After laying siege to the Australian labour fortress of weekend penalty rates over decades, employers have finally loosened a few bricks and clambered over the wall.
Anna Patty Who will gain the most from the changes, and who will be the hardest hit? The penalty rates decision in a nutshell.
Sam Gibbs Check out what was making news in Esperance 10 years ago this week.
Lucy Battersby and Matthew Knott Australia Post chief executive Ahmed Fahour - who was criticised by Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull for his $5.6 million salary - has resigned from the job after seven years.
Lucy Battersby and Matthew Knott Despite recent criticism over his salary, Ahmed Fahour says it's time to step down.
Nine teenagers have been charged with a total of 171 offences in relation to $1 million worth of stolen goods and $250,000 worth of damages.
Tom McIlroy Peter Dutton has backed down on controversial comments suggesting a quid pro quo with the Trump administration over refugee resettlement plans, after being corrected by Foreign Minister Julie Bishop from Washington on Thursday.
Sam Gibbs Esperance Motor Hotel approved manager Jane Andrews has taken out the Esperance Chamber of Commerce and Industry’s customer service of the month award.
Georgina Mitchell Former prime minister Kevin Rudd has accused Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of "torpedoing" plans for recognising a Palestinian state, causing "enduring frustration" for diplomats.
Fergus Hunter One Nation leader Pauline Hanson has come out against the government's current $4 billion omnibus savings bill, pointing to paid parental leave measures that she says risk abuse by parents who will have children purely to get the payments.